Politics

Statehouses ramped up security in anticipation of planned protests across 50 states, though there were no reports of major clashes by nightfall.
The massive undertaking underscores fears that some of the very people assigned to protect Washington could threaten the incoming administration.
"Where was Nancy Pelosi?" the Republican senator asked during an appearance on Fox News.
Marjorie Taylor Greene has been locked out of her personal account for 12 hours for "multiple violations of our civic integrity policy," the platform said.
"I remember when Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address via tweet," one critic said of Hogan Gidley's comments about Trump's social media ban.
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to announce the legislation on immigration on his first day in office.
Some 25,000 National Guard troops from around the country were due in the District of Columbia in the coming days.
Giuliani's apparent defense — that Trump didn't incite insurrection because the presidential election was rigged — isn't going to work, Rove told Chris Wallace.
Sen. Angus King said there's a "grave danger" of Trump revealing classified information if he receives intelligence briefings after his presidency ends.
Lucrative "market" for pardons kicks into high gear just days before Trump is supposed to be heading out the door, The New York Times reports.